Tuesday 14 July 2009

Regionals - Fourth Day - Tasks are set

Forecast from Nils is to expect 8/8 overcast between 3000'-9000' until 13:00. This should then decay away leading to broken Cumulus with a base between 3500'-4000'. Showers are expected in the early evening giving us quite a small window of opportunity. Winds are expected to be South Westerly 15-20kts and these may bring in sea air which could help to dampen down showers in the area.

Task A - Booker (BOO) - Booker Bridge (BOB) - Ilsley (ILS) - Basingstoke (BAS) - Chievely (CHV) - Booker SW (BO1) - Booker Finish (BF1) - 131.9km.

Task B - Booker (BOO) - Booker Bridge (BOB) - Marlborough (MAR) - Rivar Hill (RIV) - Booker SW (BO1) - Booker Finish (BF1) - 138.5km.

Task A is the currently declared task, with first launch not before 13:00.

Initial indications are that conditions will be improving in the South tomorrow but decaying in the North. Let's see how the Club Class Nationals at Pocklington fares!

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